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Advanced Manufacturing


Career Opportunities (Not just jobs!) 

Capital Workforce Partner’s goal is to help raise the next generation of skilled workers in Connecticut’s Advanced Manufacturing industry that has rapidly expanding needs for qualified workers. 

Did you know that by year 2020, nearly 50,000 Connecticut manufacturing workers will have reached retirement age? CBIA

Did you know that there are many jobs available that require skills YOU can obtain in as little as 6 months to a year?

Did you know that Capital Workforce Partners and your local American Job Center can help you cover tuition costs for training?

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Check out this Advanced Manufacturing Employer Partnership Video:

Check out more about resources available to you below:

Advanced Manufacturing Programs / Initiatives For Job Seekers


Possibly Interested in a High Paying Career in Manufacturing?

Advanced Manufacturing Programs at CT's North Central Area Colleges

Contact Tim Blonsky 860-263-0903 tblonsky@capitalworkforce.org  or Dan Rysz at 860-656-2512 drysz@capitalworkforce.org 

The Manufacturing Careers Program

The Manufacturing Careers Program is designed to help job seekers show employers their manufacturing skills. Applicants may have the opportunitiy to be placed in internships and/or full-time employment.


Please e-mail or mail application to: ptonello@capitalworkforce.org  For more information contact: Pamela Tonello at 860-899-3495, Capital Workforce Partners, 1 Union Place, Hartford, CT 06103

National Emergency Grant in Manufacturing

A National Emergency Grant (NEG) will help pay for On the Job Training (OJT) for certified Dislocated Workers and tuition costs for training at Asnuntuck Community College and Goodwin College

More Info Here

Connecticut's Advanced Manufacturing Campaign


Connecticut. Dream It. Do It. brings together a coalition of business and trade associations, educational institutions, economic development and workforce organizations, and manufacturers from throughout the state to focus on enhancing Connecticut's manufacturing workforce and the industry.

Make it Here - Innovative Programs in Advanced Manufacturing

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CT-N Video – full video coverage (40 min)

Fox News - video

CBS News - audio

News 8 - video

Career One Stop: Sample Advanced Manufacturing Pathway

Advanced Manufacturing Programs / Initiatives For Employers

The Manufacturing Careers Program

The Manufacturing Careers Program is designed to help employers locate and assess the skills of candidates who have received training recently. The program may be able to offer a hiring incentive to offset the cost of providing an internship to or hiring a new employee.


Contact: Lynn Raicik, 860-282-4297, lraicik@ccat.us